YOU CAN’T LEAD FROM BEHIND
How you take Steve’s lessons from combat & disaster and apply them today to become a better leader.
For most people, leadership is not a natural talent – it is a learned art. Leader, author, and speaker, Steve Armstrong reveals practical, hands-on leadership advice and skills learned as a soldier and humanitarian. Steve’s presentation is rich with stories and examples from the front lines of combat, disaster relief, and leading a major not-for-profit society.
-How to apply moral courage
-People are silently begging to be led – So Lead
-Practical skills for surviving complex project management
PROJECT & TEAM LEADERSHIP
Leadership for Left-Brainers
His experience leading people and applying Project Management tools while humanity was at its best – or worst – provides the backdrop for his powerful workshop message on Project Management.
Discover these learning outcomes:
-How to ensure everyone knows how they fit into the mission;
-How to apply proven Project Management skills to the most complex situations;
-How to succeed by delegating responsibility with requisite authority; and
-Problem Solve when there is no time
Personal Leadership through Moral Courage
Courage in leadership is doing what is right, despite being afraid or risking negative repercussions. Fear is the most common reason that people give when they avoid being courageous. Think about how you feel when you watch a leader who demonstrates personal courage. Most likely, you will trust that leader more. Discover the learning outcomes that apply to Courageous Leadership Behaviours in every setting:
-Moral courage & humility
-Allowing alternative & opposing viewpoints
-Leading through change